The Strength of Repetition
AJW writes about how he gains strength from the repetitive nature of running.
Out of the Darkness
An essay about darkness and light in the fall.
Becoming a Midpacker
AJW writes about slowing down as he continues his relationship with running through the aging process.
The Grindstone 100 and the Changing Ultrarunning Landscape
AJW writes about this year’s high finishers’ rate at the Grindstone 100 Mile.
Some Thoughts on Pacers
AJW writes about why he likes pacers in trail ultrarunning.
What is Your Benchmark?
AJW writes about his benchmark data point that shows he’s on track with his training.
The Simple and Wise Words of Kirk Apt
An essay about how long and tough ultramarathons require both patience and persistence in order to succeed.
The Wasatch Front 100 Mile 40th Anniversary Celebration
A look at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Wasatch Front 100 Mile.
Some Thoughts on Obsession
AJW writes about runners who become ‘obsessed’ with and excel at certain races.
The Legendary Pikes Peak Marathon Men’s Record
AJW speculates on whether Kilian Jornet will set the Pikes Peak Marathon course record this weekend.